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Tristan Bass: Nicholas Hoult was the perfect choice for Chuck and Blair's eldest child. Yeah his features don't really look like either of them, but I think he has the same bone structure as Bart and Jack. The first photo also shows Nicholas's awesome pout, which looks a lot like Blair's pout. Nicholas Hoult is the face of Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2010 campaign and he has a whole spread in Out magazine. These images really really emphasize his potential to play Tristan. I was absolutely giddy when I saw these images! One and Two
Evangeline Bass: I thought Taylor Swift had certain features that made her look like a daughter of Chuck and Blair. Look at those eyes! The shape of them are so similar to Chuck's eyes, and I she has pouty lips like Blair. I also found her blonde hair and blue eyes to be funny considering her parents have such dark features.
Constance Bass: I hadn't even thought of Selena Gomez when I was brainstorming potential Chair offspring. It was my friend Lilly who had pointed her out. I think she has the same angular jaw as Chuck, and like Taylor, she's got lips that could have been inheerited from Blair.
Isaac Bass: I like to think that this is a younger picture of the baby of the Bass family. When I found this pic I was so drawn to his smile. Doesn't he just look like the world's happiest kid? I like the idea of Chuck and Blair having a son who's just all sunshine and rainbows... it must throw off all the people who know C and B, and their penchant towards being broody and dramatic.
Yale Rose: Yale at ages Five and Twenty. The younger Yale is the child actress Sophie Nyweide. I saw her in the movie Bella... she played Bella. I think she has the same shaped eyes as Cyrus, and she just looks adorable. The older Yale is Alexis Bledel, who I think is both gorgeous and adorable. Little Yale sure did grow up to be sophisticated, but with B as her big sis, who would have doubted it?
Roman Fournier: So I took it upon myself to give my dear Roman a last name, I think it flows quite nicely with his first name. I also imagined him to look a whole lot like Gilles Marini, which makes Harold one lucky man.
Clarice Edwards: April Pearson, who plays Michelle Richardson in the first and second series of the English show 'Skins' is what I had in mind when I thought of Clarice. She wants to be the Queen, and would take the chance to dethrone Eve if the opportunity ever presented itself. In the mean time, she'll kiss butt in hopes of being the favored minion.
Kossandra Argenti: I chose Camilla Belle when I was thinking about who looked like Kossandra because I think they both have that exotic look I imagined for Clarice's number two. Kossandra is half Italian and would rather live with her father in Milan than with her mother in the UES.
Diana and Delilah Evans: I had a stroke of luck when I was thinking up who would fit as the Evans twins. My 'Skins' obsession led me to Megan and Kathryn Prescott, who play Katie and Emily Fitch in the third series. The fact that they have dark red hair was pure luck, and the characters they play on the show (well, Katie's at least) are appropriate. Both Diana and Delilah are Evangeline's top psychophants, but since their blind admiration doesn't get them any closer to Eve, they often go along with what Clarice says.
Winifred Ostergard: I had no idea who would fit to play the nicest (aka least catty) minion, Winifred, but when I saw this picture of Hawa Ahmed, the Somali model who won 'Sweden's Next Top Model', I knew she was Wini. She looks genuinely nice, which just screams 'doormat' for the other girls.
Viola Safra: The Skins obsession strikes again! I imagine Kaya Scodelario as the perfect Viola. Kaya's character Effy on Skins is a lot like Vi, but not half as sexed up. Viola is a quiet girl who tends to over think things, but despite her pensiveness, she does have her moments of impish behaior.
Christian Ellison: What can I say about Tom Sturridge besides the fact that his beauty takes my breath away? I love how blue his eyes are, and how much it pops out in contrast to his pale skin and black hair. God, he's like the male Snow White. For once, I didn't care how much he looked like his father which would be the uber rich Larry Ellison in this case because he's adopted. The Ellisons sure lucked out with such a looker for a son.
Margot Johnson: Played by Danielle Panabaker. I think she's beautiful and can pull off the trust fund baby look well.
Kitty Johnson: Played by Kay Panabaker. She looks so trusting and slightly gullible, which fits Kitty's description pretty well.
Manhattan Penthouse Gallery: The gallery connects the foyer to the split staircase, the living room, the formal dining room, the library, and Dorota's room.
Manhattan Penthouse Split Staircase: Goes from the gallery to the salon.
Manhattan Penthouse Library Like the living room, ignore the shrubbery. Also, not shown are the floor to ceiling built-in bookshelves.
Manhattan Penthouse Library Annex: Leads from the library to the balcony.
Manhattan Penthouse Formal Dining Room: Connects to the kitchen and breakfast nook.
Manhattan Penthouse Living Room: Connects to the master bedroom via a short hallway. (Ignore the shrubbery outside)
Manhattan Penthouse Master's Bedroom: Across the hallway is the nursery.
Tristan's Nursery 1 and 2: The room is larger of course, but it includes all those pieces of furniture and a rocker and a changing table. Also, the wood is darker and the wallpaper and drapes are lighter (basically like in the second image). The chandelier hangs near the crib, but not directly above it.
Waldorf estate in Reims, France: The building is actually Les Crayeres, a very famous hotel in the area.
Paris Penthouse Slideshow: This shows the interior of a real penthouse in the 16e arrondissement that's up for sale. I doubt that it's as big as the one I created for the Basses, but it's still incredibly beautiful!
Paris Penthouse Exterior: I imagined this to be the building that the Basses live in, and the top floor is their home.
Evangeline's Nursery 1 and 2: The room is just as I imagined it, except the crib is the crib in the second picture. I couldn't believe how beautiful the crib was when I saw it, it's fit for any princess.
Tristan's nursery door sign: I imagine that this sign is hanging on the door to all of his rooms (Manhattan, Paris and Reims).
Tristan's KL teddy bear: The ridiculously overpriced toy that Nate gives his godson for Christmas. It's got freakishly stunted looking legs, does it not?
Tristan's silver Rocket Ship Bank: It went along with the space theme he had going on in his bedroom, and it's so like Serena to buy him a God-awful expensive coin bank.
Tristan's Rocking Horse: Even though he was way too young to even be on the thing, Chuck of course saw no harm in buying his son the best wooden horse money could buy.
Evangeline's photo wall: Evey's wall would be covered with much, much more photos, and with fewer space in between. This just gives a general idea.
Evangeline's Grosvenor Hall Doll House: The house is made in the Palladian style, and it's about five feet tall. It's mch more expensive than Montgomery Hall, costing more than 2,900 British pounds.
Constance's Montgomery Hall Doll House: It's a Georgian styled house that's over three and a half feet tall and costs more than 1,600 British pounds.
Chapter One: "You're Gonna go Far, Kid" by The Offspring -- Okay, so I don't know why I associate this song with the Bass children, okay, lie, I do. It's because I think Tristan, Evangeline, and Constance are hell raisers like their parents and this song is a good teen hell raiser anthem.
Chapter Two: "Summer Skin" by Death Cab for Cutie -- It's just something deliciously emo and sad, which fits the feel of the chapter well, I think.
Chapter Three: "You are my sunshine" by Elizabeth Mitchell -- I think this is one of the sweetest songs in the planet, and the way it's sung is beautiful. I can imagine Blair singing it to her son because it's the only thing that calms him down, but the lyrics would probably eat at her heart if she thought about them and Chuck.
Chapter Four: "Breathe Me" by Sia -- Just another wonderfully sad song.
Chapter Five: "Love Lockdown" by Kanye West -- I think this song fit Blair's mood during their whole... encounter.
Chapter Six: "Like a Stone" by Audioslave -- A song I'll always think is full of lusty passion. I love the dedication the lyrics are implying, and that's totally what both B and C have to show each other.
Chapter Seven: "Being Bad Feels Pretty Good" by Does It Offend You, Yeah? -- Like "You're Gonna Go Far Kid" I primarily chose this song because it's easily relatable to a part of all the Chucklets's personalities: the part of them that likes to cause trouble.
Chapter Eight: "Help I'm Alive" by Metric -- This song is perfect for this chapter because there's a sense of panic and chaos that gathers in the song, which is very much what is gonig on.
December 29, 2009: I'm sure no one would have thought it would happen, but it has! Chapter eight has been posted! Also, new photos for the characters Roman and Christian. oh, and I've added chapter's eight song on the player.